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Making transit accessible and affordable for students at San Francisco State University
Come join Associated Students at SF State at a roundtable discussion co-hosted by SF Supervisor Scott Wiener on Thursday April 16 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center - SF State.
At this roundtable discussion we'll be discussing how improvements to transit through late night options and student transit passes, the housing crisis, and health in the community impacts the lives and affordability situation of SF States students. This event is a continuation of our week of action on SFSU student transit passes.
Come join us and enjoy some free food as well!
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Join Associated Students at SF State at our Town Hall on Monday April 13 from 12:00 pm to 2:00.
At this day of discussion, come hear about the progress we have made to get Muni and BART transit passes for SFSU students and let us know your thoughts on this proposal.
Enjoy tacos and horchata while you chat with your Associated Students student representatives!
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Let's also improve transit to the region. Currently the 54 Felton from Daly City BART Station (to and from which students get to the main SFSU campus) to Hunters Point takes too long and is too infrequent. Let's improve direct service by purchasing more shuttles and getting transit passes forward so students are encouraged to also take Muni to Hunter's Point once the campus is built and running.
Many students and student organizations have long been in the process of negotiating the idea of a discounted student pass for San Francisco State University students. Following in the model of the University of San Francisco, we SF State students are ready for a 100% student buy-in to pay for discounted student passes for BART AND Muni but BART has been reluctant to accept this offer. It's time to make San Francisco more affordable for 30,000 students and staff by offering discounted transit passes and with the promise of full student participation, millions of dollars in revenue for BART, a full student need of transit, the integration of Clipper cards, and the ever growing affordability crisis, there is no reason for BART or anyone to say no to this idea.
Allowing this program to go through for one of the largest universities in the area will serve as a template for how to make transit and the cost of living in the Bay Area more affordable for other university students throughout the Bay.